Euro Tour. Made in Denmark. Warren Makes His Mark, Catches Bradley. August 16 2014

White Dragon Golf Mark Warren makes it to the top of the leaderboard and catches up with Bradley Dredge at the European Tour, Made in Denmark tournament. [caption id="attachment_6459" align="alignnone" width="600"]Made in Denmark Mark Warren / Getty Images[/caption] Mark fired in a third round -5 under par 66 to catch Bradley at the top of the Made in Denmark leaderboard at -6 under par. It was a remarkable (no pun intended) achievement given the extremely windy conditions, gusts of up to 30 mph were recorded. Bradley, who started the day with a four shot lead could only manage a +2 over par round, but was happy to still be at the top of the leaderboard. His round included a break while medical staff attended to an injured TV cameraman on the 18th green. The group of  BradleyThorbjørn Olesen and Simon Wakefield had to temporarily head for the practice range until the medical team had completed their task. Bradley said afterwards; “The finish was difficult. Nobody likes to see that kind of thing. The gentleman is ok and hopefully he will make a full recovery.” Warren was happy with the tough conditions, he said it made it possible to catch Bradley; “Obviously Bradley was a bit ahead and I was hoping it was going to be a bit tougher. If it was easier he could have pulled away. So overall I’m delighted. To shoot 66 today, I probably couldn’t have hoped for that before."  “I felt a bit out of sync to start and hit a couple of loose shots. Then I hit a good second shot to the third and from thereon I played some good golf. I kind of enjoy this style of golf, hitting some low shots.” "It’s been a good summer for me, I’ve played consistently well. The Scottish Open was a very good week for me and then I continued to perform at The Open. I didn’t have a great Sunday there but the US PGA was great last week, finishing top 15."  “So confidence is high, the game is in good shape and to shoot a score like that, in a day as tough as today, just adds to the confidence again.” Gareth Maybin and Simon Wakefield are tied in third position at -3 under par, Gareth recording a -3 under par round while Simon fell back, with a +1 over par 72. Gareth reported that he has been in good form, and is looking forward to the challenge tomorrow; “I’ve been playing well over the last few months and the numbers haven’t been too bad. I’ll be off in the last couple of groups tomorrow and it will get the juices flowing again, so I’m looking forward to it.” Local favorite Thomas Björn carded a +2 over par third round and has a -1 under par tournament total, and five shots in these kind of conditions could easily be made up; “I thought I played alright. The putter never really got going and it was literally impossible on some of the open greens. The putter went all over the place."  “It was a very, very difficult day. It was disappointing, and I didn’t take advantage of the chances that I had. I let a few slip on other holes, which happens in golf, but you just carry on and I will try to put in a low round tomorrow and put some pressure on.”